Father begs for his preborn child’s life, she aborts anyway

Postabortion woman Stacy Sistrunk writes about what happened when she decided to have an abortion:

“Once [the father of the baby] arrived and we sat down to talk, he began to cry. He was begging me to keep our child. He promised to help me, even if I did not want to be with him. He offered to take the child himself and raise it if I did not want to. I was totally deaf to his plea. For a brief moment, I remember feeling for him as he was obviously in pain over this. How ironic that this young man although, not very much to the world and with little to offer anyone, was begging for his child… I told him I would consider all he had said and he left in no better state than in which he came. I did not speak to him again before the procedure.”

Many years later, she came to regret her abortion and wrote the father a letter:

“I had to ask my child’s father to forgive me for aborting our child. It was maybe the most difficult letter I had ever written to another person. At the time the Internet was not readily accessible to me so it was to be an old-fashioned pen to paper plea for forgiveness.

I wrote my letter. I do not remember the exact contents but I know I was sincere and I remember sobbing as I wrote. It was a bit challenging to find an address for him and so I contacted his sister, who still worked in the same place and she said I could send it to her. She agreed to deliver it to him. I still have no idea if he ever received it. I never heard from him. Years later my oldest daughter Codi dated his first cousin. It was …. sad to hear that his life had been a mess full of time in jail, drugs, etc. I started to feel somewhat responsible, but God reminded me that I had given it all to him. I silently prayed for him one night and I let it go.”

Stacy Sistrunk Killing Sarah Grace: The Aftermath of Abortion (Revelazion Publishing Company, 2018) 43, 90 – 91

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Pro-Choicer: women are aware of what is in their wombs

Pro-choice activist Kathleen Reeves writes about laws requiring sonograms before abortions:

“I think we can be pretty sure that a woman about to have an abortion is aware of what’s inside her womb. And in case she’s not, the doctors who counsel her before the abortion are perfectly capable of telling her…. The legislators behind these bills are arrogant in assuming they have something to say to a woman about her “womb.” There’s no doubt that, as a woman, it’s hard to predict how you’ll feel after an abortion. But an image of the fetus sheds no light on the decision and adds nothing to the emotional process. On the other hand, having a cadre of politicians take this image by force does add something to the experience: the sense of having been intimidated, assumed stupid, and even violated. “

Kathleen Reeves“Ultrasound Before Abortion: A Wasteful Bullying Tactic” RH Reality Check February 11, 2009

So what are women aware of that is in their wombs? Reeves refuses to come out and say.  She may be tacitly admitting that women know they are pregnant with babies, or she may only mean that women are aware of fetal development. A look at women’s stories seems to indicate otherwise. The same stories will show that abortion workers do not give information about fetal development to women.

Seeing an image on a baby in the womb must add to the “emotional process” of abortion decision or pro-choicers would not oppose these laws so vehemently.

3d ultrasound, 7 weeks after conception

3d ultrasound, 7 weeks after conception

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If treated, 25% of babies born at 22 weeks survive

From an article in National Right to Life news:

“The results of a massive study of nearly 5,000 extremely premature babies published last Wednesday in the New England Journal of Medicine found that the survival rate of babies born at 22 and 23 weeks increased substantially if hospitals actively treat the babies.

NEJM study shows nearly a quarter of babies born at 22 weeks survive if actively treated; 33% for babies born at 23 weeks….

Two of the study leaders– Dr. Edward Bell of the University of Iowa and University of Iowa medical student Matthew Rysavy–talked to various publications to explain what their findings represented.

Dr. Bell told the New York Times’ Pam Belluck that at Iowa, treatment is offered to most 22-week-olds, and he considers 22 weeks a new marker of viability.

“That’s what we think, but this is a pretty controversial area,” Dr. Bell said. “I guess we would say that these babies deserve a chance.”

Dave Andrusko “NEJM study shows nearly a quarter of babies born at 22 weeks survive if aggressively treated; 33% for babies born at 23 weeks” National Right to Life May 7, 2015

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Chinese woman describes pressure put on mothers to abort

Chi An is a Chinese women who took part in enforcing the one child policy in China. Now she recalls how women pregnant with “illegal” children were treated:

“A positive pregnancy test spelled trouble for a woman with a child. The representative would take the young woman aside for a series of “heart-to-heart” chats. “Have an abortion immediately,” she would be told, “and you will receive a cash bonus and a week off work.” If the woman did not respond to these inducements within the next few days, the carrot would be replaced by a stick. The woman would be told that she would not be allowed to enter her illegal child’s name on the factory’s population registers after birth, so that her child would have no medical benefits, no grain rations, no opportunity to attend school, and no chance of factory employment in the future. “For the good of your fatherland, your factory, and your family,” she would be urged, “you must “think clear” about abortion.”

If the woman resisted her representative’s warnings, activists from the Women’s Federation and the Party would step in and lend a hand. The daily chats would take on the character of struggle sessions, as the pregnant woman was attacked for her stubbornness by several activists in turn. There are heavy financial penalties for “illegal” second birth, she would be told. If she continue to resist, she would not only lose her annual bonus, but she would have to pay a heavy fine as well. The meetings also spilled over from work to home, as groups of activists visited the woman each night in her apartment. Husbands and mothers-in-law, who were often opposed to the idea of an abortion, would be required to attend these talks. “Do you want China to be backward and impoverished forever?” They would be asked. “Your individual whims in childbearing must be subject to the interest of society as a whole.”

If the woman and her family still stood their ground, the pressure would be turned up a notch. The senior leadership of the Women’s Federation and the factory Party organization would enter the fray, determined to break their will to resist. As many as a dozen officials might impose themselves on her and her family at all hours of the day and night, hectoring, blustering, threatening dire consequences. If she still insisted on having an illegal child, the local party chief would join as well. She would then hear, for the first time, the ultimate threat in China’s social welfare state: “You will lose your job if you continue to resist remedial measures.”

Stephen W Mosher A Mother’s Ordeal: One Woman’s Fight against China’s One Child Policy (Orlando, Florida: Harcourt Brace & Company, 1993) 264 – 265

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Feminist regrets her abortion

One post-abortive feminist regrets her abortion:

“I was majoring in women’s studies at Monash University at the time. I thought I knew about abortion. One of my best friends had done her social work placement in an abortion centre. I had worked as a phone counsellor at a women’s crisis line. Several of my friends had had abortions. I saw it almost as a rite of passage.

It was only as I was slipping into unconsciousness from the anaesthetic that I realized. Until that moment the word had always been “foetus”. I had had a stressful few weeks, trying to work out what to do, cope with morning sickness, finish my degree, go to work, and keep everything a secret. But as I was slipping under from the injection, suddenly, for the first time since I learned that I was pregnant, my mind became clear. I thought, “I’m killing my baby”. And then I was lying on my side, with the nurse calling my name, and it was over, and it was too late.

After the abortion I did not return to or continue the life I had before. Instead, I developed phobias. I became afraid of heights. I couldn’t walk up mountains. I couldn’t ride as a passenger in a car. I became very scared of social situations. I spent a friend’s birthday locked in the restaurant toilet. I cut myself off from everyone. I gave up my job and my further study. I stopped answering the phone. I stopped getting out of bed. …

I believed what I had been told about abortion. I believed in my right to choose, that this was a hard-won right thanks to my feminist predecessors. I believed that what was growing in my body was a foetus. I attended counselling at the Royal Women’s to help me make my choice. I understood the physical procedure, about not having a bath in case of infection…

From my work at the Women’s Crisis Line, I knew which unplanned pregnancy support services were government run and “unbiased”. I knew which phone counselling service to avoid because it was run by “Right-to-Lifers”. I knew they gave “biased” information. I knew to avoid the “emotive” language and images the Right-to-Life movement used. I believed I was well informed. I did my best to be.

Afterwards, I realized I had not been well informed at all. If anything, I had been misinformed. At no point had I been told that going through an abortion can be extremely psychologically distressing. I did not know that women’s lives can fall apart the way mine did as a result. The “unbiased” information and language, suThis is her message to other women:

pposedly feminist, did not make me feel empowered. It denied my truth, and saved society from the inconvenience of another single mother.

I can’t tell other women whether or not they should have their babies, but I do strongly encourage them to know the reality of abortion if they are considering having an abortion. I wish I had known more before it was too late. I am not a Christian, or a “Right-to-Lifer”, but I do know that it was my baby that I killed.

This feminist regrets her abortion. She has the following message to women who find themselves pregnant:

To find out you are pregnant when you didn’t plan to be is a big thing. You are faced with an intense choice, possibly the most significant choice a human being can face – have a child or have an abortion. There is no compromise, no trial period, no thinking time. Either way, your life will dramatically change. You need all the support and knowledge you can get. There is no turning back if you get it wrong. You have to live with your choice for the rest of your life. It is beyond me why pro-choice organisations would be against women being able to make informed decisions.

Five years on, there are days when I don’t think about the child I don’t have, but they are still rare.

Ginger Ekselman “My abortion: one woman’s storyFairfax Digital July 16, 2004

This feminist regrets her abortion and she is not the only one. Read more stories from women who had abortions.

The feminist regrets her abortion and mourns her preborn baby

The feminist regrets her abortion and mourns her preborn baby

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Abortion doctor: We are the kindest people

An abortionist says of herself:

“I’m something of an abortion “specialist” …I perform literally hundreds of abortions a year.”

In her article, she also says:

You would never pick out an abortionist in the crowd. We would probably be the last people you would figure. We are the kindest, most compassionate people you would wish to meet.

Posted by Morgan Matthew  “Thoughts from an Abortion Doctor” Think Atheist  August 6, 2009

abortion done 10 weeks after conception

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Abortion clinic worker calls adoption “violent”

Abortion clinic counselor Joss Shawyer compared:

“the traumatic results of adoptions with the comparatively simple remedy of early, safe abortion. In my view, there is no contest… Adoption is a violent act, a political act of aggression toward a woman who has supposedly offended the sexual mores by committing the unforgivable act of not suppressing her sexuality.”

Marvin Olasky “The War on Adoption” National Review June 7, 1993

Below: Abortion at 10 weeks. Is it really adoption that is violent?

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Pro-choice activist talks about “dangers” of relying on science

A pro-abortion activist talked about how pro-choice people should not rely on science in order to defend abortion. This may be a tacit admission that all the legitimate science is on the side of the pro-lifers:

“Sally Sheldon points to the dangers that pro-choice campaigners can face if they rely on framing their arguments within the terms of medical science. The attraction is that such arguments are often perceived as “objective” and part of an approach that cites incontrovertible facts rather than opinions. But abortion is not simply a medical or scientific issue; it is political and personal. Science does not confer bodily autonomy on women. The right to have access to abortion and birth control has had to be fought for and defended in wider society.”

Judith Orr Abortion Wars: The Fight for Reproductive Rights (Bristol, UK: Policy Press, 2017) 94

Read about what science says on when life begins.

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Abortion clinic worker prefers never to look at aborted babies

In an interview, an abortion clinic worker from Paris who counsels women before their abortions, explains that she never looks at the aborted babies. She says:

“As for me, I never wanted to see it. I prefer not to look, otherwise it’s not going to help me listen to the women.”

Luc Boltanski The Foetal Condition: A Sociology of Engendering and Abortion (Malden, MA: Polity Press, 2013) 149

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Shout Your Abortion: The Reality

Shout Your Abortion is an organization that wants to bust abortion “stigma” by proclaiming that abortions are normal, wonderful, and positive. The group tweets stories from women bragging about how great their abortion experiences were. Shout Your Abortion is unabashedly pro-abortion.

This site exists to show exactly what this group is celebrating- the real truth about abortion. As such, there are graphic images of the remains of aborted children on this page.  Leave now if you don’t want to see what abortion does to a preborn baby.

The purpose of this page is not to shame the individual women who told their stories, but to show the terrible reality behind Shout Your Abortion and their pro-abortion rhetoric.

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Shout Your Abortion celebrates the killing of human beings. Babies in the womb deserve a chance to live and thrive. Shout Your Abortion wants to avert abortion “stigma” but should there not be some stigma attached to murder?

This page is not intended to shame individual women who had abortions. It is intended to cut through the lies and euphanisms that promote the false belief that abortion is a good thing and a blessing to humanity.

The pictures are from two sources. One is The Center for Bioethical Reform. This group paid abortion clinics to allow them to photograph abortion remains. They have a signed affidavit by the photographer and an abortion doctor which attests to the accuracy of the photos. They have successfully sued organizations that have claimed the pictures were fake.

The other photos are taken by Monica Miller, who aquired the remains of aborted babies from a company that transported them to be disposed of. In addition, some of the babies photographed by her were found in the trash outside of an abortion facility run by abortionist Alberto Hodari, who has since lost his licence to practice medicine.

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